Winter Cloaked Hillsides

Experience wintry conditions and bracing temperatures along both groomed cross-country ski  trails and natural snowshoe trails in the folded hilly landscape of the park. Reflect on the story of stewardship, of people taking care of places – sharing an enduring connection to the land - as you observe the tall trees, wildlife and experience the peacefulness of the woods.

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Download a Park Map for your Hike

Get a personal map on your mobile device. Your phone's GPS will plot you on the map so you will know where you are on the trail network.

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Plot Your Path Through Wintry Scenery

Find 4 miles of ‘Multi-Use Trails’ in winter – walkers are permitted to use with dogs on leash and to the side of ski tracks!

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Torchlight Snowshoe at Billings Farm

A fun evening for all ages! Join us at Billings Farm on 1/13 and 2/24. Walk the trail by torchlight and eat s'mores around the fire.

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Student Artist-in-Residence

Share your passion for the arts through this new internship opportunity.

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Winter Working Woodlands Workshops

Join us for both virtual and in-person workshops all winter long. Register Today! All workshops are free of charge.

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Ruffled Grouse Species Spotlight

Learn more about these amazing birds and how they adapt to the northern winters.

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Junior Ranger Book For Kids

Download your Jr. Ranger self-adventure and explore the special story of this Park and why this place was chosen to become a National Park.

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One app, every park at your fingertips.

The NPS App is the new official app for the National Park Service with tools to explore more than 400 national parks nationwide.

Last updated: January 31, 2023

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54 Elm Street
Woodstock , VT 05091


802-457-3368 x0

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